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The Oakland Raiders moved swiftly to answer three burning questions with one big answer.
Even with a young receiving core that is inexperienced and banged up, the Raiders have no interest in the big 3 of elder wide receivers.
Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie told San Francisco Chronicle that he’ll pass.
“It’s not just (their) age,” McKenzie said. “If the right player could add to the group … we just didn’t feel that those three were the right ones. Clear and simple. If I felt like they could have added something to what we were doing, I would have strongly considered it.”
McKenzie would simply prefer to work with his young core that includes, Denarius Moore, Darrius Heyward-Bey, Jacoby Ford, Rod Streater, and Juron Criner.
Hey you can’t fault those three brothers for asking.
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